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The Traffic Technology International Podcast
26 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
PODCAST 14: Maximizing city data - an interview with Gridwise CEO, Ryan Green
Ryan Green is co-founder and CEO of Gridwise, an app that’s been described as the leading assistant for rideshare and delivery drivers. Ryan discusses how driving for Uber and Lyft led him to create a solution that maximizes drivers' road time and profits, how Gridwise is consolidating its rich city data for other mobility stakeholders by offering a comprehensive view of how people and goods are moving across gig-mobility services, and whether much-maligned ride-hailing services could actually make transport systems more efficient. Plus news and conversation with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.Interview with Ryan Green begins at 6:30
32 minutes | May 17, 2021
Podcast 13: Why pay-by-phone will be a cornerstone of MaaS - an interview with Mike McCamon
Mike McCamon, executive director of the NFC (near-field communication) forum, talks with TTI editor Tom Stone about passive wallet technology, the importance of wireless payments for Mobility as a Service, and NFC’s use as digital key for passenger vehicles. Interview begins at 7:20.Plus news and conversation with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth. For more information visit www.nfc-forum.org
34 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Managing sidewalk robots: an interview with Bern Grush
Bern Grush is co-founder and chief innovation officer with Harmonise Mobility, and a well-respected industry figure. In this fascination interview Bern talks about standards and safety around sidewalk robots, which are being developed to solve last-mile delivery issues in urban centers. Plus news and conversation with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.Interview begins at 6:45.
33 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
The USDOT's connected vehicles pilot in Florida: an interview with Bob Frey
Our feature interview is with Bob Frey, innovation director and CV project manager at Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA). Bob has helped to oversee the USDOT's Connected Vehicle Pilot Program in Florida since it began in 2014. In this exclusive interview, he is able to reveal more about the unique fourth stage of the project, involving automotive OEMs. Plus news and conversation with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.The interview with Bob Frey begins at 7:15.
32 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
An interview with Phil Blythe: chief scientific adviser with the UK’s DfT
Our feature interview is with Phil Blythe, professor of intelligent transportation systems at Newcastle University and chief scientific adviser with the UK’s Department for Transport. Blythe talks Covid, decarbonisation and the introduction of electric vehicles and infrastructure. Plus all news and conversation with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.The interview with Professor Blythe begins at 8:25.
29 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
Tolling and traffic on the Florida Turnpike - an interview with Nicola Liquori
Nicola Liquori is Florida Turnpike Enterprise’s CEO. She discusses her mission to oversee the building of a new back-office system that will ensure income is secured more seamlessly than ever, the return of Florida traffic to close to pre-pandemic levels, and recent strides made in interoperability. Plus all news and conversation with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.The interview with Nicola Liquori begins at 4:25.
40 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Covid, science and urban legend: an interview with Greg Winfree
Greg Winfree is director of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute and former assistant secretary at the USDOT during the Obama administration. Winfree shares his observations about the impact of Covid-19, how when it comes to Covid and travel, science and urban legend don’t always match up, and the challenges surrounding spectrum sharing in the 5.9GHz band for connected vehicles. Plus news and conversation with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.Interview starts at 7:45.
32 minutes | Sep 24, 2020
Connected vehicles standards: an interview with Steve Novosad
Steve Novosad is associate fellow at HNTB and chair of the OmniAir Consortium, the industry’s leading association promoting interoperability and certification for connected vehicles. Novosad talks about his involvement in the USDOT’s high-profile connected vehicle pilot project Florida, as well as the importance of standards in connected vehicle technology (interview starts 08:35). Plus all the latest news and chat with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.This episode is sponsored by Siemens Mobility.
35 minutes | Aug 27, 2020
An interview with Shailen Bhatt, president and CEO of ITS America
Shailen Bhatt is a passionate advocate for improving the safety and efficiency of transportation networks through the application of smart technology. Here he talks to TTI editor Tom Stone about the challenges surrounding connected vehicles and spectrum sharing in the USA, the ITS World Congress, both in its physical and virtual forms and why, given half a chance, he loves to sing.
35 minutes | Jul 29, 2020
Transportation and AI: An interview with Priscilla Boyd of Siemens Mobility
Priscilla Boyd, senior data analytics manager with podcast sponsor Siemens Mobility's ITS digital lab, discusses how their new software solution harnesses AI to help predict where and when events will take place in a city, and even suggests ways to lessen the impact they might have on traffic and public transport systems (interview starts 07:35). Plus all the latest news and chat with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.This episode is sponsored by Siemens Mobility.
37 minutes | Jul 9, 2020
Connected vehicles and the USA's newest DOT: An interview with Josh Rowan
Josh Rowan, commissioner, Atlanta Department of Transportation (ATLDOT) for the City of Atlanta, talks about the new agency, how connected vehicle technologies can help to improve safety and his vision for the future. Plus all the latest news and chat with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.This episode is sponsored by Applied Information, leading providers of connected vehicle and smart city solutions.Visit our CONNECTED VEHICLE SURVEY for your chance to win £100 in Amazon vouchers.
40 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
The future of connected vehicles: An interview with Bryan Mulligan
Bryan Mulligan, president of podcast sponsors Applied Information, discusses the best means of vehicle connectivity - and what the recent Space X launch might mean for future traffic models. Visit our CONNECTED VEHICLE SURVEY for your chance to win £100 in Amazon vouchers. Plus all the latest news and chat with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.
31 minutes | May 26, 2020
Micromobility and the new normal: An interview with Fran Lavey
Francesca Lavey, mobility programme director for Plexal, discusses the e-scooter trial that she helped to oversee at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London – and how such micromobility solutions could soon be more prevalent on Britain’s roads, as we look for more innovative ways to get around during the Covid-19 crisis. Plus, all the latest news and chat with Tom Stone and Saul Wordsworth.
31 minutes | Apr 27, 2020
Adapting to the Covid-19 world: Interview with JJ Eden
Covid-19 has taken the world by surprise, endangering millions, affecting billions and changing the workplace for everyone. We speak to JJ Eden, tolling giant and co-founder of the E-Z Pass network, to gauge how traffic is being affected by the pandemic. Plus news and the odd laugh with Saul and Tom.
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